NOW Offering Telemedicine Services

Due to COVID-19 social distancing and CDC guidelines, we are seeing and helping new and existing patients during this time by doing virtual visits.

Telemedicine, also known as TeleHealth (or virtual visits) is a way for healthcare professionals to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients remotely using video conferencing technology.

We tend to think Telemedicine is new, but it goes as far back as the 1950s when two medical centers in Pennsylvania transmitted for the first time an X-ray image over a phone line.

In the years to follow, telemedicine was mainly used to connect a doctor treating a patient in a rural area with a specialist in a large metropolitan city. But it was very expensive and used sparingly until the internet came along revolutionizing everything, including healthcare.

Today faster internet connections and the high-resolution of the camera on your smart phone or tablet, allows you to easily connect with your primary doctor, chiropractor, mental health counselor, physical therapist or a medical specialist via a video conference call.

Benefits of Telemedicine

Although we love to see you at the clinic in person, the benefits you can gain from using Telemedicine, especially during this Coronavirus outbreak, are significant. They include:

  • Eliminate possible exposure to contagious patients
  • No travel time or stuck in traffic (from the comfort of your home)
  • Less time away from your work
  • Private, secure and HIPAA compliant platform (Facetime & Skype don’t meet these standards)
  • No need to find a babysitter or make arrangements to care for a loved one
  • Many insurance plans cover telehealth visits as if you were in the office
  • Reduce medical bills by using this more affordable option

Is Telemedicine Safe?

Telemedicine is as safe and effective as your regular in-person care when used for the appropriate conditions. Although not every situation is suitable for Telemedicine by video conferencing, you might be surprised just how many things it can help treat.

What Does a Session Consist of?

Spinal adjustments, which obviously cannot be done remotely, is just one of the modalities of chiropractic care that chiropractors and physical therapists provide. Depending on your health concern, a Telemedicine session can include:

  • A virtual assessment of your acute or chronic condition by by a doctor of chiropractic or physical therapy
  • Feedback on your diagnosis and education on ways to avoid aggravating the condition in your daily life
  • A personalized rehab exercise plan tailored to your individual therapeutic needs
  • Demonstrate and coach you on stretches to reduce muscular pain
  • Recommend self-care wellness advice to reduce stress and anxiety





Due to COVID-19 social distancing and CDC guidelines, we are seeing and helping new and existing patients during this time by doing virtual visits.

Telemedicine, also known as TeleHealth (or virtual visits) is a way for healthcare professionals to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients remotely using video conferencing technology.

We tend to think Telemedicine is new, but it goes as far back as the 1950s when two medical centers in Pennsylvania transmitted for the first time an X-ray image over a phone line.

In the years to follow, telemedicine was mainly used to connect a doctor treating a patient in a rural area with a specialist in a large metropolitan city. But it was very expensive and used sparingly until the internet came along revolutionizing everything, including healthcare.

Today faster internet connections and the high-resolution of the camera on your smart phone or tablet, allows you to easily connect with your primary doctor, chiropractor, mental health counselor, physical therapist or a medical specialist via a video conference call.

Benefits of Telemedicine

Although we love to see you at the clinic in person, the benefits you can gain from using Telemedicine, especially during this Coronavirus outbreak, are significant. They include:

  • Eliminate possible exposure to contagious patients
  • No travel time or stuck in traffic (from the comfort of your home)
  • Less time away from your work
  • Private, secure and HIPAA compliant platform (Facetime & Skype don’t meet these standards)
  • No need to find a babysitter or make arrangements to care for a loved one
  • Many insurance plans cover telehealth visits as if you were in the office
  • Reduce medical bills by using this more affordable option

Is Telemedicine Safe?

Telemedicine is as safe and effective as your regular in-person care when used for the appropriate conditions. Although not every situation is suitable for Telemedicine by video conferencing, you might be surprised just how many things it can help treat.

What Does a Session Consist of?

Spinal adjustments, which obviously cannot be done remotely, is just one of the modalities of chiropractic care that chiropractors and physical therapists provide. Depending on your health concern, a Telemedicine session can include:

  • A virtual assessment of your acute or chronic condition by by a doctor of chiropractic or physical therapy
  • Feedback on your diagnosis and education on ways to avoid aggravating the condition in your daily life
  • A personalized rehab exercise plan tailored to your individual therapeutic needs
  • Demonstrate and coach you on stretches to reduce muscular pain
  • Recommend self-care wellness advice to reduce stress and anxiety